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What’s the nicest hotel 81 in Singapore? It has so many branches i don’t know what to choose.?

Question by sepharika: What’s the nicest hotel 81 in Singapore? It has so many branches i don’t know what to choose.?
We’re looking for a cheap hotel in Singapore which offers a decent room and many people said Hotel 81 would be the choice but I found out there are many hotel 81 in Singapore! I would like to ask some comments and suggestions from you guys.

Thank you!

Best answer:

Answer by joyeeyim
I would say the one at Chinatown may be the least sleazy one.. Try not to take those along Geylang if you dont want others to get the wrong idea. 🙂

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Sen. John Warner / Elizabeth Taylor

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Sen. John Warner / Elizabeth Taylor
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Home of Senator John Warner (US Senator from Virginia)
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John William Warner (born February 18, 1927) is an American statesman and politician, who served as Secretary of the Navy from 1972-1974 and has served as a Republican senator from Virginia since 1979.

Warner was born and grew up in Washington, D.C. and attended the elite St. Albans School there. He enlisted in the United States Navy in January 1945, shortly before his 18th birthday. He served until the following year, leaving as a Petty Officer 3rd Class. He went to college at Washington and Lee University, graduating in 1949, then entered the University of Virginia Law School.

He joined the United States Marine Corps in October 1950, after the outbreak of the Korean War, and served in Korea as a ground officer with the 1st Marine Aircraft Wing. He continued in the Marine Corps Reserves after the war, eventually reaching the rank of captain. He then resumed his studies, receiving his law degree in 1953. That year, he became a law clerk to Chief Judge E. Barrett Prettyman of the United States Court of Appeals. In 1956 he became an assistant US attorney; in 1960 he entered private law practice.

Warner’s first marriage was to banking heiress Catherine Mellon, the granddaughter of billionaire Andrew Mellon; their marriage ended in divorce in 1973. He married actress Elizabeth Taylor on December 4, 1976; they divorced November 7, 1982. He married real estate agent Jeanne Vander Myde on December 15, 2003.

Warner was appointed Undersecretary of the Navy under the Nixon administration. On May 4, 1972, he succeeded John H. Chafee as Secretary of the Navy. He participated in the Law of the Sea talks, and negotiated the Incidents at Sea Executive Agreement with the Soviet Union.

Warner entered electoral politics in the 1978 Virginia election for U.S. Senate. Known primarily as Elizabeth Taylor’s husband, he finished second in the Republican primary. When the primary winner died in a plane crash two months later, Warner was chosen to replace him and narrowly won the general election. He has been in the Senate ever since. His committee memberships have included the Environment and Public Works Committee, the Senate Committee on Health, Education, Labor, and Pensions, and the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence. Most importantly, as the chairman of the Senate Armed Services Committee, he has protected and enlarged the flow of billions of dollars into the Virginia economy each year via the state’s naval installations and shipbuilding firms.

Warner is among the minority of Republicans to support gun control laws. He voted for the Brady Bill and in 1999 was one of only five Republicans to vote to close the "gunshow loophole." In 2004 Warner was one of three Republicans to sponsor an amendment by Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) that sought to provide for a ten year extension of the Assault Weapons Ban.

He also supports legal abortion, though he has voted in favor of most limitations on the procedure. On June 15, 2004, Warner was among the minority of his party to vote to expand hate crime laws to include sexual orientation as a protected category.

In 1994, John Warner campaigned for an independent candidate against fellow Republican Oliver North in North’s unsuccessful campaign to unseat Virginia’s Democratic Sen. Chuck Robb.

On May 23, 2005, Warner was one of fourteen centrist senators (Gang of 14) to forge a compromise on the Democrats’ proposed use of the judicial filibuster, thus blocking the Republican leadership’s attempt to implement the so-called "nuclear option". Under the agreement, the Democrats would retain the power to filibuster a Bush judicial nominee only in an "extraordinary circumstance", and three Bush appellate court nominees (Janice Rogers Brown, Priscilla Owen and William Pryor) would receive a vote by the full Senate.

Senator Warner is unrelated to former Virginia Governor Mark Warner, who ran against him in the 1996 election.
Dame Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, DBE (born February 27, 1932) is an iconic two-time Academy Award-winning actress. She was long considered one of the most beautiful women in the world and, arguably, the most beautiful actress of all time. Her trademark is her dazzling violet-blue eyes.

She was born in Hampstead, London, the second child of Francis Lenn Taylor (December 28, 1897 – November 20, 1968) and Sara Viola Warmbrodt (August 21, 1896 – September 11, 1994), who were Americans residing in Britain. Her older brother is Howard Taylor (born in 1929). On her father’s side, Taylor is a direct descendant of Hugh Bigod, 3rd Earl of Norfolk, Malcolm II of Scotland, Kenneth II of Scotland and Geoffrey V, Count of Anjou.

Though sometimes referred to as "Liz," she is not fond of that name and prefers her given name to be pronounced Eee-lizabeth. Her first names are in honor of her paternal grandmother, Elizabeth Taylor, who was born Elizabeth Mary Rosemond.

Taylor was born with U.S. nationality. Both of her American parents were originally from Arkansas City, Kansas. Her father was an art dealer and her mother a former actress whose stage name was Sara Sothern. Sara retired from the stage when she and Francis Taylor married in 1926 in New York.

At the age of 3, Elizabeth began taking ballet lessons. After the UK entered World War II, her parents decided to return to the United States to avoid hostilities. Her mother took the children first, while her father remained in London to wrap up matters in the art business. They settled in Los Angeles, California, where Sara’s family, the Warmbrodts, were then living.

Taylor appeared in her first motion picture at the age of 9 for Universal. They let her contract drop, and she was signed with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Her first movie with that studio was Lassie Come Home (1943), which drew favorable attention. After a couple more movies, the second on loan-out to 20th Century Fox, she appeared in her first leading role and achieved child star status playing Velvet Brown, a young girl who trains a horse to win the Grand National in Clarence Brown’s movie National Velvet (1944) with Mickey Rooney. National Velvet was a big hit, grossing over ,000,000 at the box-office, and she was signed to a long-term contract.

She attended school on the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer lot and received a diploma from University High School in Los Angeles on January 26, 1950, the same year she was first married at age 18.

Elizabeth Taylor won the Academy Award for Best Actress in a Leading Role for her performances in BUtterfield 8 (1960), which co-starred then husband Eddie Fisher, and again for Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966), which co-starred then-husband Richard Burton and the Supporting Actress Oscar-winner, Sandy Dennis.

Taylor was nominated for Raintree County (1957) opposite Montgomery Clift, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958) opposite Paul Newman, and Suddenly, Last Summer (1959) with Clift, Katharine Hepburn and Mercedes McCambridge.

In 1963, she became the highest paid movie star up until that time when she accepted ,000,000 to play the title role in the lavish production of Cleopatra for 20th Century Fox. It was during the filming of that movie that she worked for the first time with future husband Richard Burton, who played Mark Antony. Movie magazines, the forerunners of today’s tabloids, had a field day when Taylor and Burton began an affair during filming; both stars were married to other people at the time. In a romantic entanglement that had tongues wagging on every continent, Taylor would trade in husband Eddie Fisher for Burton not long after Fisher had unceremoniously ditched wife Debbie Reynolds for Taylor. Years later, Burton would slyly refer to the whole mess as "la scandale". The episode cemented Taylor’s reputation as a dark, hypnotic femme fatale (who was condemned by the Vatican), boosted Reynolds’ career as a blonde, all-American sweetheart, and elevated Burton to the front ranks of film stars. Only Fisher did not really profit from the cascade of free publicity.

Taylor has been married eight times to seven husbands:
Hotel heir Conrad Hilton, Jr (May 6, 1950 – January 29, 1951) (divorced)
Michael Wilding (February 21, 1952 – January 26, 1957) (divorced)
Producer Mike Todd (February 2, 1957 – March 22, 1958) (widowed)
Eddie Fisher (May 12, 1959 – March 6, 1964) (divorced)
Richard Burton (March 15, 1964 – June 26, 1974) (divorced)
Richard Burton (2nd marriage) (October 10, 1975 – July 29, 1976) (divorced)
Senator John Warner (December 4, 1976 – November 7, 1982) (divorced)
Teamster construction-equipment operator Larry Fortensky (October 6, 1991 – October 31, 1996) (divorced)

Taylor and Wilding had two sons, Michael Howard Wilding (born January 6, 1953), and Christopher Edward Wilding (born February 27, 1955). She and Todd had one daughter, Elizabeth Frances Todd, called "Liza," (born August 6, 1957). And in 1964, she and Fisher started adoption proceedings for a daughter, whom Burton later adopted, Maria Burton (born August 1, 1961). During her marriage to Fisher, Taylor converted to Reform Judaism (having been born into the Christian Science religion.) She remains Jewish to this day, having referred to herself as such several times. In her book Elizabeth Takes Off, Taylor writes, "It [conversion to Judaism] had absolutely nothing to do with my past marriage to Mike [Todd] or my upcoming marriage to Eddie Fisher, both of whom were Jewish. It was something I had wanted to do for a long time."

She has also appeared a number of times on television, including the 1973 made-for-TV movie with then husband Richard Burton, titled Divorce His – Divorce Hers. In 1985, she played movie gossip columnist Louella Parsons in Malice in Wonderland opposite Jane Alexander, who played Hedda Hopper, and also appeared in the mini-series North and South. In 2001, she played an agent in These Old Broads. She has also appeared on a number of other TV shows, including the soap operas General Hospital and All My Children and the animated The Simpsons (once as herself, and once as the voice of Maggie).

Taylor has also acted on the stage, making her Broadway and West End debuts in 1982 with a revival of Lillian Hellman’s The Little Foxes. She was then in a production of Noel Coward’s Private Lives (1983), in which she starred with her former husband, Richard Burton.

Other interests
Taylor has a passion for jewelry. Over the years she has owned a number of well known pieces, two of the most talked about being the 33.19 carat (6.638 g) Krupp Diamond and the 69.42 carat (13.884 g) pear-shaped Taylor-Burton Diamond, which were among many dazzling gifts from husband Richard Burton. Her enduring collection of jewelry has been eternalized with her book My Love Affair with Jewelry (2002). In 2005, she partnered with Jack and Monty Abramov of Mirabelle Luxury Concepts in Los Angeles to introduce the House of Taylor Jewelry. In 2005, House of Taylor Jewelry formed a partnership with Kathy Ireland Worldwide, a design-and-marketing firm with more than billion in annual sales. She has also launched three perfumes, "Passion," "White Diamonds," and "Black Pearls," that together earn an estimated 0,000,000 in annual sales. In the Fall of 2006, Dame Elizabeth Taylor will celebrate the 15th anniversary of her White Diamonds perfume, one of the top-10 best selling fragrances for more than the past decade. Although little known Taylor backed one of the first Korean bistros in Newport Beach, California and often bussed tables on weekdays.

Taylor has devoted much time and energy to AIDS-related charities and fundraising. She helped start the American Foundation for AIDS Research (amfAR) after the death of her former co-star and friend, Rock Hudson. She also created her own AIDS foundation, ETAF. By 1999, she had helped to raise an estimated ,000,000 (USD) to fight the disease.

In the early 1980s she moved to Bel-Air, Los Angeles, California, which is her current home. The fenced and gated property is on tour maps sold at street corners and is frequently passed by tour guides.

In 1988, the U.S. Congress passed a bill, expressly for the purpose of blocking deportation of Taylor’s son, Michael, who had renounced his American citizenship in 1971 for past possession of marijuana.

Awards and honours
Dame Elizabeth Taylor has won two Academy Awards for Best Actress. She won the first in 1961 for Butterfield 8 and the second in 1967 for Mike Nichols’ drama Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf.

Taylor received the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award in 1992 from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. The following year, 1993, she received the AFI Life Achievement Award. And in 2002, she was a Kennedy Center Honoree.

In 1999, she was created a Dame Commander of the British Empire (DBE) by Queen Elizabeth II. Though she was thrilled with this honor, Taylor cracked, "I’ve always been a broad, now I’m a dame."

In 2001, U.S. President Bill Clinton awarded her the Presidential Citizens Medal in recognition of her commitment to philanthropy. It is the second-highest civilian honor in the United States, awarded to U.S. citizens "who have performed exemplary deeds or services" for their country or fellow citizens.

Elizabeth Taylor’s hand and foot prints are immortalized in the forecourt of Grauman’s Chinese Theater and she has a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 6336 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California.

On November 10, 2005, Taylor received the Britannia Award for Artistic Excellence in International Entertainment.

Recent years
In November 2004, Taylor announced that she had been diagnosed with congestive heart failure, a terminal condition in which the heart pumps insufficient amounts of blood throughout the body. She has broken her back five times, has survived a benign brain tumor operation, skin cancer, and has faced life-threatening bouts with pneumonia twice. She is reclusive and sometimes fails to make scheduled appearances due to illness or other personal reasons. She is now confined to a wheelchair to get around.

In 2005 she was a vocal supporter of her best friend, Michael Jackson, in his trial in California on charges of sexually abusing a child with cancer. He was ultimately acquitted.

In recent years, Taylor has reportedly become closely attached to her pet dog, saying that she goes nowhere without her little Maltese named Sugar. In an interview with American magazine W, Taylor said she was happiest while with husbands Todd and Burton, but now has to be content with Sugar for company. She explains, "I’ve never loved a dog like this in my life. It’s amazing. Sometimes I think there’s a person in there. There’s something to say for this kind of love – it’s unconditional." In June 2005, Taylor’s beloved dog Sugar died. However, several months later (in September) she purchased a descendant of Sugar which she named Daisy.

It was reported on April 27th, 2006 that Taylor was close to death. This was quickly refuted by Taylor’s publicist, Dick Guttman. "Dick Guttman says that he can refute every allegation in these published reports. In fact, he says they didn’t get anything right. Guttman says Taylor has a very busy life, with her successful perfume and jewelry lines and the work she does for AIDS." On May 30, 2006, she appeared on Larry King Live to refute the claims that she has been ill, and denied the allegations that she was suffering from Alzheimer’s disease and was close to death.

Taylor says that she wants to be buried in Switzerland next to her late husband, Richard Burton.

There’s One Born Every Minute (1942)
Lassie Come Home (1943)
Jane Eyre (1944)
The White Cliffs of Dover (1944)
National Velvet (1944)
Courage of Lassie (1946)
Life with Father (1947)
Cynthia (1947)
A Date with Judy (1948)
Julia Misbehaves (1948)
Little Women (1949)
Conspirator (1949)
The Big Hangover (1950)
Father of the Bride (1950)
Quo Vadis? (1951) (uncredited as Christian prisoner in arena)
Father’s Little Dividend (1951)
A Place in the Sun (1951)
Callaway Went Thataway (1951) (Cameo)
Love Is Better Than Ever (1952)
Ivanhoe (1952)
The Girl Who Had Everything (1953)
Rhapsody (1954)
Elephant Walk (1954)
Beau Brummell (1954)
The Last Time I Saw Paris (1954)
Screen Snapshots: Hollywood, City of Stars (1956) (short subject)
Giant (1956)
Operation Raintree (1957) (short subject)
Raintree County (1957)
Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958)
Premier Khrushchev in the USA (1959) (documentary)
Suddenly, Last Summer (1959)
Scent of Mystery (1960) (Cameo)
Butterfield 8 (1960)
Lykke og krone (1962) (documentary)
Cleopatra (1963)
The V.I.P.s (1963)
On the Trail of the Iguana (1964) (short subject)
The Big Sur (1965) (short subject)
The Sandpiper (1965)
Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966)
The Comedians in Africa (1967) (short subject)
The Taming of the Shrew (1967)
Doctor Faustus (1967)
Reflections in a Golden Eye (1967)
The Comedians (1967)
On Location: ‘Where Eagles Dare’ (1968) (short subject)
Boom (1968)
Around the World of Mike Todd (1968) (documentary)
Secret Ceremony (1968)
Anne of the Thousand Days (1969) (uncredited as courtesan)
The Only Game in Town (1970)
Zee and Co. (1972)
Under Milk Wood (1972)
Hammersmith Is Out (1972)
Night Watch (1973)
Ash Wednesday (1973)
Just One More Time (1974) (short subject)
The Driver’s Seat (1974)
That’s Entertainment! (1974) (narrator)
The Blue Bird (1976)
A Little Night Music (1977)
Winter Kills (1979)
The Mirror Crack’d (1980)
Genocide (1981) (documentary) (narrator)
Young Toscanini (1988)
The Flintstones (1995)
Get Bruce (1999) (documentary)
These Old Broads (2001)

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Mingle Media TV and Misty Kingma were invited to come out and cover the 2012 GBK Golden Globes Gift Lounge at the L’Ermitage Hotel in Beverly Hills. GBK, the recipient of multiple BizBash Awards for “Best Gift Bag,” presented to its private list of invited celebrities, VIPs, and media an opportunity to enjoy an elite environment with gifts, beauty services and hors’ d’oeuvres while tending to its charitable causes.

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New Kam Lung Eso Plastics Additives Expert Symposium Summary – New Kam Lung, Plastic Additives,

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HC plastic mesh New Kam Lung Company (shop: ) Honored as the 2008 Guangzhou, “Customer Satisfaction Product” publicity brand list. Quality Management Association Guangzhou City took the lead for 6 months of product satisfaction surveys have successfully ended the investigation covers: Guangdong, Guangxi and Zhejiang, Jiangsu, Hunan, Hubei, Shanghai, Hebei, Tianjin, Sichuan and other provinces and municipalities, and Taiwan , 200 Hong Kong Kam Lung epoxidized soybean oil with new customers, new brand of epoxy soybean oil Kam Lung national customer satisfaction reached 93.75%. Proud to be in Guangzhou in 2008, “Customer Satisfaction Product” publicity brand list, but also makes the brand new Kam Lung epoxidized soybean oil in the same industry leading position further. Huadu District, Guangzhou became the only enterprise Ranking nearly ten thousand enterprises (publicity Web site: (Guangzhou Municipal Quality Management Association website)). Quite a lot of epoxy soybean oil customers quality requirements, process control and application of technical aspects is more concerned about the hope that the new company can give answers to Kam Lung. To thank customers for new Kam Lung care and support, the new Kam Lung Institute of Chemistry, Nankai University invited Dr. Qin and the new R & D team as well as some users Kam Lung representatives held a symposium on the customer care number on the ring oxygen hot soybean oil to 11 to answer questions. The following is part of the seminar questions extract, in order to make customers more easily understand the chemical aspects of some technical term for the spoken language processing. Want to give our customers the epoxidized soybean oil and application of knowledge to bring help, welcome customers and the industry elite to the common exchange.

Q: Epoxidized soybean oil is an epoxy value of what indicators? How some manufacturers over the factory standard is 6.6%, while the new Kam Lung of epoxy soybean oil epoxy value generally around 6.3%?

A: epoxy value of the characteristics of epoxy soybean oil index, usually the ring oxygen in the oxygen content of the percentage of epoxy value will directly determine the number of epoxy group, epoxy group in PVC Products play a role of HCl scavengers. PVC heat or light will be decomposed into the role of HCl, if there is no epoxy, the resulting HCl further catalytic decomposition of PVC, to accelerate the breaking of molecular segment, leading to early degradation products. Therefore, the epoxidized soybean oil can be given to PVC plasticized, heat and light stabilizer. In general, the use of epoxy soybean oil for production of epoxy soybean oil epoxy value of more than 6.0% in general (using the national standard GB/T1677-1981 hydrochloride acetone test, that the national recognition, national common test methods), so epoxidized soybean oil in China Although no national targets, but in some influential technical books epoxidized soybean oil in all the epoxy soybean oil epoxy value target set at: 6.0%; while large enterprises this value as their enterprise standard, the same, brand new Kam Lung epoxy soybean oil epoxy value of the enterprise standard is set at: 6.0%; in fact we more advanced production technology company, has over ten years mature production experience, epoxy value of our products will be about 6.3%, is nationally recognized quality product areas as soybean oil contained in the iodine value of raw materials determines the number of epoxy groups, so that domestic enterprises to produce epoxy value of 6.6% of the very few, this is because the current domestic production of epoxy soybean oil production process are used intermittently produced adverse reactions to such causes as many low epoxy value. Data on individual enterprises to the beauty of her own epoxy soybean oil epoxy value indicators are very high, when a client practical test, the test results fell far short of targets, they will move out of the so-called United States AS TM standard test (hydrogen bromide acetic acid method), rather than domestic enterprises GB/T1677-1981 recognized national standard method (hydrochloric acid acetone), the U.S. ASTM standard test standard solution of the special nature of domestic enterprises can not be widely used brominated acetic acid method for testing of hydrogen. Therefore, some enterprises in the so-called high epoxy value of the subject (more than 6.6%) of the product in fact can only use test methods use a trick, rather than the actual quality improvement method. In addition, the real value of products with high epoxy is not necessarily that he played in the PVC products, light, heat stabilizing effect on the large, high epoxy value of the products that the thermal stability of low-capacity not greater than the absolute value of epoxy products, we will combine the specific reasons for the thermal stability of the following key indicators in this turn.

Q: What kind of thermal stability is an indicator? What was measured? Why do I receive some of the Epoxy Soybean Oil manufacturers are given a test report form does not this one?

A: The thermal stability of epoxy value retention rate is known, that at 177 3 hours later left the number of epoxy groups (see the loss of epoxy value, the smaller the loss the better), some Enterprises also ratio of epoxy to keep the value of that. Epoxy value is characteristic index of epoxy soybean oil, but also representation targets. He often includes a real epoxy oxygen and by-laws are anti-coupling reaction product of oxygen and oxygen peroxide. The former 177 still stable, the latter will just decompose at 170 . The thermal stability of epoxy soybean oil is the nature of indicators, to put it in simple words: the relationship between the two is: epoxy value greater than 6.0% only show product is epoxidized soybean oil; and thermal stability (epoxy value retention rate) but note that the number of epoxy soybean oil epoxy groups and other substances, the product is superior grade or qualified products. This answers a question raised in the epoxy value of products with high thermal stability of low-capacity not greater than the epoxy value products because, if the appearance of a high index epoxy value, while the thermal stability is very low, for two reasons: on the one hand, the backward production technology, in the epoxidation process in order to save costs, reduce energy consumption, increase productivity, by adding appropriate catalyst (some epoxy catalyst may accelerate the course of epoxy ring-opening will to produce by-products will cause low thermal stability); the other hand, soybean oil contains more raw materials such as heavy metal manganese, lead, chromium, etc., will lead to products in the production process of oxidation and decomposition, such as containing more inorganic salts such as CaCl2, MgCl2, etc., would epoxy key ring. Especially under high temperature ring-opening even more serious. Resulting in poor thermal stability. New Kam Lung thermal stability of epoxy soybean oil has remained above 95%, and most of the products

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